Preston talks about decision to commit to UNT
Opportunity to play immediately, location helped North Texas land highly regarded junior college offensive lineman.
Kicker Cole Hedlund transferring to North Texas from Arksansas
Chalk talk: UNT at Southern Miss
Rookie Kerfoot, Avalanche roll over Stars
DALLAS (AP) — When Alexander Kerfoot looks at the Central Division standings, he'll still see his Colorado Avalanche at the bottom.
Keenum-Diggs TD on last play; Vikes win 29-24
MINNEAPOLIS — There wasn't much left for Case Keenum to do but to fling the ball deep and hope for a miracle.
Big 12 beatdown: Schools continue to bounce around poll
The Big 12 can stake a claim as the nation's best conference. It has the top RPI rating, five teams ranked in the AP Top 25 and eight teams in the top 50 of the KenPom.com rankings.
Foles, Keenum have strong career connections
Koreas agree to form first unified team at Olympics
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UNT picks up commitment from JUCO tackle
Thomas Preston III committed to North Texas on Sunday night, just hours after returning home following an official visit to the school.
Hoge takes one-shot Sony lead
HONOLULU -- A false missile alert didn't bother Tom Hoge, and he was just as steady on the golf course with two late birdies Saturday for a 6-under 64 and a one-shot lead in the Sony Open as he goes for his first PGA Tour victory.
Houston's Ariza, Green suspended two games by NBA
Spezza scores twice after scratch and Stars beat Red Wings
Legendary announcer Keith Jackson dies at 89
Keith Jackson laid down the soundtrack to Saturday for a generation of college football fans with phrases such as his signature "Whoa, Nelly!" From the World Series to the Olympics, NFL to NBA, he did it all over five decades as a sportscaster, but most appropriately his final assignment before retiring 12 years ago was one of the greatest college football games ever.